U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) is trying to decide what to do with the Little Bird, one of its oldest but most legendary special operations helicopters.

The 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, also known as the “Night Stalkers,” uses two variants of the Little Bird: the AH-6, which is the attack/assault version, and the MH-6, which is the assault/transport version of the egg-shaped chopper.

The AH-6 conducts precision close air support and assaults in support of U.S. special operations units. The MH-6, which is the unarmed version, transports commandos to target.

Their main customers are Joint Special Operations Command’s special missions units – the Army’s Delta Force and the Navy’s SEAL Team Six – and the Army’s 75th Ranger Regiment.